Capturing Brilliance: Exploring the realme 12+ 5G's Advanced Photography Features
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A key highlight of the realme 12+ 5G will be its cutting-edge 50MP camera, featuring a Sony LYT600 sensor and Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) – a first in its price range, according to insider sources.
Truecaller Introduces AI-Enhanced Call Recording Feature for iOS and Android Users in India
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Rishit Jhunjhunwala, Managing Director and Chief Product Officer of Truecaller, emphasized the importance of providing users with greater control and flexibility in managing their conversations. He stated that this feature is valuable for both personal and professional purposes.
Bhavish Aggarwal Introduces India's New AI Chatbot 'Krutrim AI
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Announcing the rollout on X, Aggarwal expressed his enthusiasm, stating, "As promised, starting the @Krutrim AI public beta rollout today." He emphasized that this is just the beginning, with plans for further enhancements and improvements based on user feedback.
Zerodha CEO Nithin Kamath Recovers from Mild Stroke
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Taking to X (formerly Twitter), Kamath expressed that several factors such as the recent loss of his father, inadequate sleep, fatigue, dehydration, and excessive physical exertion could have contributed to his condition.
Samsung introduces Galaxy Ring featuring advanced health-tracking capabilities at MWC
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However, Samsung has refrained from disclosing specific specifications until the official launch. The wearable devices were presented in transparent boxes at the event, limiting the hands-on experience for attendees.
'I continue to remain CEO': Byju Raveendran writes to employees, says rumours of his firing 'highly' inaccurate
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In the wake of Friday's shareholder decision to oust Founder-CEO Raveendran and his family from the board due to purported mismanagement, Raveendran has vehemently contested the validity of the proceedings. He contends that the meeting, marred by alleged violations of essential regulations, renders any resolutions null and void.
Rajeev Chandrasekhar Claims Google's AI Chatbot Gemini Breaches Indian IT Regulations
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Highlighting the issue, one user expressed dismay, stating, "This #GeminiAI from @google is not just woke, it's downright malicious @GoogleIndia. The GOI should take note." Chandrasekhar echoed these concerns, citing direct violations of Rule 3(1)(b) of the Intermediary Rules (IT rules) of the IT Act and potentially breaching several provisions of the Criminal Code.
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